Child Nutrition Services"Children must be healthy to learn...and they must learn to be healthy."The Mission of the Child Nutrition Services Section is to meet the nutritional needs of all students in Pitt County Schools. The program strives to nourish students so they are healthy, fit and ready to learn. The nutritional needs of students can be met through our Breakfast Program, National School Lunch Program, After School Snack Program, and the Summer Meals Program. The department also supports the Child Nutrition Personnel that work with our programs to maintain operational integrity and financial stability.Welcome to the Pitt County Schools Child Nutrition Services page! Use the appropriate links on the left side of the screen to navigate through our site.Child Nutrition OfficeLeann Seelman, Director252-830-4226
RECENT NEWSBreakfast Prices for 2017 - 2018Breakfast will be $1.00 for students that pay full price and FREE for all students that qualify for free or reduced-price meal benefits.State Funding Eliminates Fee for Students Qualified for Reduced-Price meal Benefits for BreakfastStudents that qualify for reduced-meal benefits will receive breakfast at no charge. Please encourage your students to enjoy school breakfast DAILY!Lunch Prices for 2017 - 2018Lunch will be $2.35 for students that pay full price and $.40 for students that qualify for reduced-price benefits.Meal Benefit Application DeadlineJust a reminder, beginning on Tuesday, October 10, 2017 all students that have not received an approval letter from the Child Nutrition Department will be required to pay full price for breakfast and lunch. Please call the Child Nutrition Office at 830-4226 with any questions.ADDITIONAL CHILD NUTRITION INFORMATIONDeclaración médica para estudiantes con necesidades especiales de nutrición en comidas servidas en la escuela
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